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Old 12-30-2011, 06:00 AM
Nermin Celik
 
Default F16 (gnome/default)- cpu usage 100%

Hello,

I've just upgraded my computer from F12 to F16 (Gnome Desktop Edition/Default). Although haven't played with F16 much, it looks quiet impressive. Thank you for the developers and contributors.


Question:
Firstly, my computer is 3-4 years old, with 2 CPUs, built by a friend. I'm not much of a hardware person hence can not give further details. Sorry.

Just looking at System Monitor > Resources > , it shows that CPU1 and CPU2 are 100% used, although l'm not running any programs. Hence it seems that my computer hardware is not compatible with F16 (default). Do you agree?


I'll be using more computer mainly to write/run Perl programs, run bioinformatics tools, create/edit images. Hence is it best to install F16 KDE Spin, F16 LXDE Spin, F16 Xfce Spin or F15?

Thank you in advance for your assistance.


Regards,
N








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Old 12-30-2011, 01:14 PM
Patrick O'Callaghan
 
Default F16 (gnome/default)- cpu usage 100%

On Fri, 2011-12-30 at 18:00 +1100, Nermin Celik wrote:
> Just looking at System Monitor > Resources > , it shows that CPU1 and
> CPU2
> are 100% used, although l'm not running any programs. Hence it seems
> that
> my computer hardware is not compatible with F16 (default). Do you
> agree?

Unlikely, but run 'top' from a command line and see what's eating the
CPU.

poc

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Old 12-30-2011, 07:24 PM
Nermin Celik
 
Default F16 (gnome/default)- cpu usage 100%

On Sat, Dec 31, 2011 at 1:14 AM, Patrick O'Callaghan <pocallaghan@gmail.com> wrote:

On Fri, 2011-12-30 at 18:00 +1100, Nermin Celik wrote:

> Just looking at System Monitor > Resources > , it shows that CPU1 and

> CPU2

> are 100% used, although l'm not running any programs. Hence it seems

> that

> my computer hardware is not compatible with F16 (default). Do you

> agree?



Unlikely, but run 'top' from a command line and see what's eating the

CPU.



It seems that speech-dispatch and python are using the CPU. Is this normal?

Output of top command:


*top - 07:20:00 up 14:00,* 2 users,* load average: 2.35, 2.26, 2.16
Tasks: 139 total,** 2 running, 136 sleeping,** 0 stopped,** 1 zombie
Cpu(s): 53.5%us, 46.5%sy,* 0.0%ni,* 0.0%id,* 0.0%wa,* 0.0%hi,* 0.0%si,* 0.0%st

Mem:** 3357448k total,* 3154420k used,** 203028k free,*** 76120k buffers
Swap:* 5439484k total,**** 3508k used,* 5435976k free,* 2459724k cached

* PID USER***** PR* NI* VIRT* RES* SHR S*** %CPU %MEM*** TIME+***** COMMAND******************************************* ***************

*1947 nermin*** 20** 0** 12912* 656** 448 S***** 90.0***** 0.0****** 796:13.37** speech-dispatch****************************************** ********
*1935 nermin*** 20** 0** 84488* 20m** 11m R*** 85.4***** 0.6******* 798:50.77** python******************************************** ***************

*1218 root******* 20** 0** 105m* 48m* 7396 S**** 11.0***** 1.5******* 24:29.52**** Xorg********************************************** ***************
*1623 nermin*** 20** 0** 464m* 127m* 33m S*** 4.3******* 3.9****** 15:36.54***** gnome-shell********************************************* *********

30109 root******* 20** 0**** 0***** 0******** 0 S****** 4.0******** 0.0****** 0:08.90****** kworker/0:2*********************************************** *******
*1982 nermin*** 20** 0* 516m** 197m** 28m S** 1.7******** 6.0****** 8:04.18****** firefox******************************************* ***************

12300 nermin** 20** 0* 65244* 24m**** 14m S** 1.7******** 0.8****** 12:43.04***** gnome-system-mo************************************************ **
30130 nermin** 20** 0* 75560* 14m**** 10m S** 0.7******** 0.4******* 0:01.01***** gnome-terminal****************************************** *********

29438 root****** 20** 0**** 0******* 0******** 0 S****** 0.3******* 0.0******* 0:02.10****** kworker/1:1*********************************************** *******
30190 nermin** 20** 0* 2884*** 1084*** 836 R*** 0.3******** 0.0******* 0:00.65****** top*************




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Old 12-30-2011, 07:37 PM
Joe Zeff
 
Default F16 (gnome/default)- cpu usage 100%

On 12/30/2011 12:24 PM, Nermin Celik wrote:

1947 nermin 20 0 12912 656 448 S 90.0 0.0
796:13.37 speech-dispatch
1935 nermin 20 0 84488 20m 11m R 85.4 0.6
798:50.77 python


There's your culprit. I don't know what nermin is, but it's taking up
almost all of your CPU time.

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Old 12-30-2011, 07:47 PM
Marvin Kosmal
 
Default F16 (gnome/default)- cpu usage 100%

On Fri, Dec 30, 2011 at 12:37 PM, Joe Zeff <joe@zeff.us> wrote:

On 12/30/2011 12:24 PM, Nermin Celik wrote:


*1947 nermin * *20 * 0 * 12912 *656 * 448 S * * *90.0 * * *0.0

796:13.37 * speech-dispatch

*1935 nermin * *20 * 0 * 84488 *20m * 11m R * *85.4 * * *0.6

798:50.77 * python




There's your culprit. *I don't know what nermin is, but it's taking up almost all of your CPU time.

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Hi

Try killing speech-dispatch and see what happens?

It may be a bad install..

You could remove it and reinstall

HTH

Marvin


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Old 12-30-2011, 07:49 PM
Nermin Celik
 
Default F16 (gnome/default)- cpu usage 100%

On Sat, Dec 31, 2011 at 7:37 AM, Joe Zeff <joe@zeff.us> wrote:

On 12/30/2011 12:24 PM, Nermin Celik wrote:


*1947 nermin * *20 * 0 * 12912 *656 * 448 S * * *90.0 * * *0.0

796:13.37 * speech-dispatch

*1935 nermin * *20 * 0 * 84488 *20m * 11m R * *85.4 * * *0.6

798:50.77 * python




There's your culprit. *I don't know what nermin is, but it's taking up almost all of your CPU time.

Joe, nermin is me the user.


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Old 12-30-2011, 08:08 PM
Joe Zeff
 
Default F16 (gnome/default)- cpu usage 100%

On 12/30/2011 12:49 PM, Nermin Celik wrote:

Joe, nermin is me the user.


Well, you are taking up all of the CPU time, aren't you?

Seriously, whatever those two processes are is what's wrong. And, it's
probably best not to start out blaming your hardware for slowdowns
instead of checking for software issues. As you see here, top is an
excellent starting point.

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Old 12-30-2011, 08:13 PM
Nermin Celik
 
Default F16 (gnome/default)- cpu usage 100%

Try killing speech-dispatch and see what happens?

It may be a bad install..

You could remove it and reinstall



1.I killed the speech-dispatch and also the python. CPU usage went to normal level.*2. Restarted the computer and CPU usage was normal.
However the screen froze in both instances.*

I'll reinstall F16 again and see what happens.
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Old 12-30-2011, 08:23 PM
Marvin Kosmal
 
Default F16 (gnome/default)- cpu usage 100%

On Fri, Dec 30, 2011 at 1:13 PM, Nermin Celik <n.celik00@gmail.com> wrote:


Try killing speech-dispatch and see what happens?


It may be a bad install..

You could remove it and reinstall



1.I killed the speech-dispatch and also the python. CPU usage went to normal level.*2. Restarted the computer and CPU usage was normal.
However the screen froze in both instances.*


I'll reinstall F16 again and see what happens.

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Hi

It does not seem reasonable those two process should take that much CPU power for a long period of time.*

Unless the CPU is very underrated.* Which I doubt..

Good luck




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